CEDAR HILL, Texas – ARK Multicasting, a low power television broadcaster and nationwide leader in Broadcast Internet technology, has deployed its first ten stations with ATSC 3.0 technology to enable Broadcast Internet connectivity.  The new ATSC 3.0 TV standard enables broadcasters like ARK the opportunity to convert traditional television signals into
CEDAR HILL, Texas – ARK Multicasting, a nationwide leader in Broadcast Internet technology, hailed the Senate confirmation of Jessica Rosenworcel as the first permanent chairwoman in the agency’s 87-year history.  Under Rosenworcel’s leadership as interim Chairwoman, the Federal Communication Commission worked tirelessly to close the Homework Gap by promulgating rules
Leveraging cloud infrastructure, software and services from HPE, ARK Multicasting is delivering content to homes that lack sufficient broadband connectivity HOUSTON – Oct. 20, 2021 – Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) today announced that ARK Multicasting, a leading television broadcaster, has selected HPE to power their next generation ATSC 3.0
ARK Multicasting and Microsoft announce agreement for rural broadband and distributed cloud services Dallas, TX October 15, 2019 ARK Multicasting, Inc. (ARK) today announced a new agreement with Microsoft. The companies will work together to test both innovative technology approaches to address the broadband gap in rural America and Azure-based
LAS VEGAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Advanced Television Broadcasting Alliance (ATBA) announced today at the ATBA Low Power Television (LPTV) Educational Sessions at the National Association of Broadcasters Convention the formation of the LPTV Industry Standards and Practices Group. “Low power television broadcasters have a unique opportunity to move to ATSC 3.0 today.